Welcome to your NC Level 6 Homepage! Level 6 tournaments
offer non-elimination play over a half-day with fun, no-pressure shortened
match format(s). Players can expect multiple matches regardless of results.
Ages range from 8-18 and are for entry-level players who want to try their hand
at tournament play!
2017 USTA Player Bag Check
Take a look at our guidelines on getting started for your
first L6 tennis experience!
2017 Level 6 Tournament Voucher Program
Have you played in (2) L6 events? Ready to take the next
step and try a higher level? If you qualify – The NCTA will pay the entry fee
for your first NC L5 tournament in 2017! To be eligible a player must have
played in (2) NC L6 tournaments in 2017.
Parent Resource Guide
Parents & Players – Check out our NEW Youth Player
Resource Guide! The guide covers everything from Junior Team Tennis to Youth
Tennis Progression and Junior Tournaments. If you have any questions concerning
your pathway contact Sara Worth Hodges (email@example.com)
to start a conversation today!
The draws for the junior singles have now been posted.
Player Selection Type
Girls 8s/10s and Boys 8s/10s were combined into one Co-ed 10s draw,
and will use orange ball and 60' court.
Girls 12s and 14s were combined into one Girls 14s draw, and will
use standard (yellow) ball and 78" court.
Boys 12s and 14s were combined into one Boys 14s draw, and will use
standard (yellow) ball and 78'court.
All draws are round-robin ... everyone plays everyone. Match format
will be one set to 6 games (win by 2) for Co-ed 10s and Girls 14s.
These player will play three matches. Match format for Boys 14s
will be one set to 8 games (win by 2), and these players will play
The Eva Lane Memorial Tournament funds a scholarship made available
to a Currituck County High School student each year. The
scholarship is given in memory of Eva Lane, a 2000-2002 member of
the CCHS girls tennis team. In January 2004, Eva was killed by a
drunk driver on US 158 in southern Currituck County.
The tournament consists of a sanctioned L6 event for juniors under
14 years of age, and a non-sanctioned doubles event for high school
students and adults.
Entry forms for the adult doubles event, and sponsorship forms to
make a donation to the scholarship fund, are available at
Players are selected manually by the tournament director after the close of registration.
Entry to this tournament is open to all USTA members. Entries must be submitted by Wednesday, September 20, 2017 11:59:00 PM Eastern Time. Only USTA members can register online if available.
In the future, you can jump straight to this tournament by entering the tournament identification number: 700146017 from the searchable schedule homepage.
Division and Draw Type Abbreviations
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